The search for good technical analysis and investing blogs about the stock market can be frustrating – there are many “fluff” blogs out there that are short on real insight. Here is a list of 10 must-read “hard data” blogs, mostly showing charting but a few showing some value investing/market analysis.… Read the rest
For those getting started investing, either for a retirement account like a 401k or IRA or for non-tax-advantaged accounts, it’s often stressful to figure out what stocks to buy. One approach would say “you can’t beat the market” and therefore you should just buy index funds that match exactly what’s in the market.… Read the rest
Here at MF Software, we’ve been writing about investing and technical analysis of stock charts for a while now. But while we’ve explained various tools you can use to understand price movement and charting, we haven’t pulled it all together in one place for someone just getting started.… Read the rest
Stochastics: What are they Good for? Absolutely…something! 5 things, in fact. Stock TickerPicker has optional stochastic indicator charts that can be enabled and many people prefer this indicator over the MACD or other indicators.
Here’s what stochastics can tell you:
Stock TickerPicker is a well-polished stock analysis and tracking tool that has been honed over dozens of updates through the years. It was one of the original stock charting apps on the App Store – we originally launched it as AAPLPicker in September 2008, and expanded/rebranded it as Stock TickerPicker in 2009 – and is now a fairly mature product.… Read the rest
A variety of high-flying tech stocks have reported earnings or made major announcements recently, with significant stock movement preceding & following the reports. These stocks are probably worth a closer look at the charts with some technical analysis to evaluate whether it’s time to invest.… Read the rest
The fiscal cliff is nearly upon us here in the US – and our politicians seem no closer to resolving it. The markets are already getting jittery and it seems clear the economy will take it in the chin if we don’t get a deal soon to save us from the one-two punch of big tax increases and spending cuts that will send us back into recession.… Read the rest